Malvern


Malvern

Malvern [mawl-vern, maw- for 1; mal-vern for 2] Examples noun

  1. an urban area in W England, SW of Birmingham: mineral springs; incorporated into Malvern Hills 1974.
  2. a town in central Arkansas.

Examples from the Web for malvern Historical Examples of malvern

  • Some one told me that he was gone or going to the Water Doctor at Malvern.

    Letters of Edward FitzGerald

    Edward FitzGerald

  • “Run up to your room, my dear,” said good-natured Lady Malvern.

    A Young Mutineer

    Mrs. L. T. Meade

  • On the day of landing they took part in an engagement at Malvern Hill.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 5, 1920

    Various

  • For the first time since Malvern Hill, our forces had the advantage of position.

    Three Years in the Sixth Corps

    George T. Stevens

  • Within half a block of the streetcar line on Malvern an early spring had encouraged plowing of a 200 foot square garden.

    Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, Arkansas Narratives, Part 4

    Work Projects Administration

  • British Dictionary definitions for malvern Malvern noun

    1. a town and resort in W England, in S Worcestershire on the E slopes of the Malvern Hills : annual dramatic festival; mineral springs. Pop: 35 588 (2001)

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